Food & convenience stores

Food & convenience stores

Food and convenience stores in Hastings

Food & convenience stores

Arcade Butchers: Arcade Butchers is well known for sourcing locally fed and reared meat products – notably rare breeds of beef, lamb and pork. From these, Arcade Butchers create a vast range of hand-crafted products – from award-winning sausages, burgers, home-cured and smoked bacons and hams, through to succulent roasts and mouth-watering steaks, along with British birds of a feather, many free-range, and a full range of game.

Arcade Fisheries: Arcade Fisheries is a family run business specialising in supplying top quality fish and shellfish primarily from the ports of Hastings and Rye.

Established in 1937 and located in Queens Arcade opposite the Town Hall, you will find a traditional fishmongers providing a friendly service to both the public and the catering trade.

Costcutter: Costcutter is on your side. Not just for great value basics, but also for the surprising extras, giving you the freedom to enjoy the more carefree and unexpected moments in life.

Drinks Drop: The leading late night alcohol delivery service, located in Hastings and St Leonards, delivering to residents, hotel guests and offices in the local area within 30 minutes.

Food City: Convenience shop.

Foodland: A family run independent grocery store in the centre of Hastings. Food Land specialises in Indian, Chinese, Filipino, Thai, African & Caribbean groceries. Fresh, difficult to obtain, ingredients and vegetables arrive daily. Time to try some new recipes & make Food Land your regular food shop!

Gourmet Delicatessen: This shop in Robertson Street Hastings offers a fantastic range of Armenian, Bulgarian, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian and Russian food and drinks.

Greggs: Seventy five years ago, John Gregg started out with one goal, to deliver (by pushbike) fresh eggs and yeast to the families of Newcastle. Ten years later he chained up his bike and opened Greggs of Gosforth. Making, baking and selling fresh bread and tasty treats from his very own shop on Gosforth High Street. There’s still a Greggs there today, and of course there’s one in Hastings too.

Hastings Fresh Fruit & Veg: Greengrocers.

Iceland: Iceland is one of Britain’s fastest-growing and most innovative retailers, recognised as one of the best companies to work for in the UK.

Ideal Supermarket: Convenience shop.

Morrisons: Proud to be the Yorkshire food retailer serving customers across the UK, with over almost 500 stores and an online home delivery service.

News and Wine: Newsagent, off license and groceries in the heart of Hastings.

Nirvana: Convenience shop and newsagents on the sea front.

Oriental Supermarket: What they say: “It was such nice service when I went there . The ladies helped me to get all the cooking ingredients that I wanted and also told me how to cook the Chinese food. Many thanks!”

Polska Chata: Polish deli.

Queens Deli: A top-quality delicatessen serving up amazing home-cooked and imported food and drink.

Queens Road Supermarket: Convenience shop on Queens Road in Hastings.

Rainbows Sweet Shop: A fantastic selection of retro sweets that will take you back to your childhood days!

Ranya: Convenience shop on Queen’s Road.

Robertson Market: Convenience Store in the charming surroundings of Robertson Street, Hastings.

Sainsburys: Express shop branch from the supermarket giant – just a minute from the station.

Smokemart: Newsagents in the centre of town.

Sweet Selection: Sweet shop and newsagents in the heart of Hastings town centre.

Tesco: Express supermarket close to the station in Hastings.

Trinity Wholefoods: Wholefood shop with up to five weekly deliveries of fresh organic fruit and vegetables. Local organic bread delivered daily. Delicious Trinity-made takeaway food and much more.

White Rock Food Market: Convenience shop located right on the sea front near to Hastings Pier.